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    Which brands make atomic sync watches?

    Which brands make atomic sync watches? I know g-shock / casio / oceanus does. Who else? I saw a "Citizen Skymaster" that had atomic sync, so I want to expand my horizons and see what else can do it.

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    Re: Which brands make atomic sync watches?

    Citizen and Seiko also make atomic watches but I think not as well known as Casio, especially Seiko.

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    ... Junghans...

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    Re: Which brands make atomic sync watches?

    I don't want atomic sync ... I want an atomic clock on my wrist!
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    Re: Which brands make atomic sync watches?

    Quote Originally Posted by waffle View Post
    Which brands make atomic sync watches? I know g-shock / casio / oceanus does. Who else? I saw a "Citizen Skymaster" that had atomic sync, so I want to expand my horizons and see what else can do it.

    Add Timex to the list.

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    Re: Which brands make atomic sync watches?

    There are some ebay-only 'brands'.
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    Re: Which brands make atomic sync watches?

    Quote Originally Posted by v76 View Post
    I don't want atomic sync ... I want an atomic clock on my wrist!
    That's what I'm talking about. Soon my friend, soon...

    Check it: from my very first post at WUS about an even more intriguing was the possibility of each of us having our very own atomic wrist watch, without the need for radio signals to sync.

    NIST Demonstrates Miniature Atomic Clock
    NIST researchers have demonstrated a minuscule atomic clock with inner workings about the size of a grain of rice and potential applications in atomically precise timekeeping in portable, battery-powered devices for secure wireless communications, more precise navigation, and other applications. The "physics package" of the clock, believed to be the smallest in the world, is about 1.5 millimeters on a side and about 4 millimeters tall, consumes less than 75 thousandths of a watt, and has a stability of about one part in 10 billion, equivalent to a clock that would neither gain nor lose more than a second in 300 years.

    NIST researchers are also demonstrating the potential to fabricate and assemble the physics package using the low-cost, mass-production techniques used to make semiconductor devices, which should eventually lead to a complete atomic clock about 1 cubic centimeter in size (about the size of a pencil eraser) powered by a battery. Such miniature atomic clocks are not intended to compete for accuracy and stability with the world’s most accurate atomic clocks such as the NIST-F1 cesium fountain atomic clock, but could make dramatic improvements in the many consumer and military electronic devices that rely on stable and accurate timing for wireless communications, navigation, and other applications. Click here for more information.

    The NIST chip-scale atomic clock program is supported by NIST and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
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    Re: Which brands make atomic sync watches?

    Quote Originally Posted by DSLAM View Post
    That's what I'm talking about. Soon my friend, soon...

    Check it: from my very first post at WUS about an even more intriguing was the possibility of each of us having our very own atomic wrist watch, without the need for radio signals to sync.

    NIST Demonstrates Miniature Atomic Clock
    NIST researchers have demonstrated a minuscule atomic clock with inner workings about the size of a grain of rice and potential applications in atomically precise timekeeping in portable, battery-powered devices for secure wireless communications, more precise navigation, and other applications. The "physics package" of the clock, believed to be the smallest in the world, is about 1.5 millimeters on a side and about 4 millimeters tall, consumes less than 75 thousandths of a watt, and has a stability of about one part in 10 billion, equivalent to a clock that would neither gain nor lose more than a second in 300 years.

    NIST researchers are also demonstrating the potential to fabricate and assemble the physics package using the low-cost, mass-production techniques used to make semiconductor devices, which should eventually lead to a complete atomic clock about 1 cubic centimeter in size (about the size of a pencil eraser) powered by a battery. Such miniature atomic clocks are not intended to compete for accuracy and stability with the world’s most accurate atomic clocks such as the NIST-F1 cesium fountain atomic clock, but could make dramatic improvements in the many consumer and military electronic devices that rely on stable and accurate timing for wireless communications, navigation, and other applications. Click here for more information.

    The NIST chip-scale atomic clock program is supported by NIST and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
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